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Night Bus was worth

We enjoyed the bus and the sights seen


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Nice food

Nice food and interesting museum, Mona Lisa...meh...


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Beautiful interior and interaction activities

Beautiful interior and interaction activities


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Merci à Aida pour son professionnalisme ! C’etait Merveilleux


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Loved every minute


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Forget about the important attractions, the famous museums, and unforgettable river cruises… at least for a moment. Paris wine, food & nightlife, is what truthfully draws crowds to the enchanting French metropolis. There is a romance in the air and vibrancy which is felt through the art, fashion, design, culture, and cuisine. Exploring the magical French capital on an empty stomach isn't a smart option. There's no shortage of French bakeries (boulangeries) preparing their daily batch of fresh croissants or cheese shops (fromageries), offering a wide selection of local specialties. You also won't have difficulty tracking down a charming wine bar in the city center or a street market where you can buy your picnic lunch.  

As the regions within France vary greatly, so do their culinary delights. The city of Paris is no exception when it comes to gastronomical variety. With a vast array of cultures represented, there is a distinct metropolitan flavor that sprinkles itself into the local dishes. No matter where in the city you are staying, you can be sure that the wide selection of culinary choices will please your palate. Enjoy a glass of wine on the banks of the River Seine or dine in a classic French bistro along the famous Avenue des Champs-Élysées or for the best way to find the tastiest delights, follow your nose.

When you aren't sure where to find the best places for discovering Paris wine, food & nightlife, following the locals pays off. Venture down the Canal Saint Martin for a break from the jam-packed central streets. A stroll along the canal will delight your senses. If the thought of wandering solo in search of the best quality and priced delicacies makes you nervous don’t worry. There are several gastronomical tours available that guarantee a good time. French food and wine tours through markets like the Marché des Enfants Rouges (Red Children´s Market) are a great choice!

Paris by Night

Ready to dress up and head out to see the elegance of Paris by night? Whether you are interested in a quiet cocktail near the Eiffel tower, a sunset river cruise, taking in theatre performance or hitting the dance floor at one of Paris´ top nightclubs, there´s fun for everyone.

The nightlife in Paris is thriving and ever so vibrant, however, how will you know the best places to explore for an authentic local nightlife experience? Yes, you can go off the guidebook or consult with the receptionist at your hotel, but there’s a better way. Why not pair up with a group and take to the town to enjoy the best of Paris´s nightlife in good company? Paris wine, food & nightlife tours let you do just that. Join up with a group to taste the Parisian cuisine, prepared with plenty of local flairs before heading off to mingle as the locals do. At night, Paris takes on a whole new feel.

What are some classic Parisian sweet or savory dishes?

If you’re looking to try French cuisine, here are a few items you must indulge in on your trip.

  • La Paris Brest (Inspired by a cycling race, this ionic Parisian treat is made of a delicate pastry, stuffed with praline cream and sprinkled with almonds).
  • La Croque Monsieur (Craving a tasty comfort snack? This toasted sandwich looks like the filling is oozing out. La Croque Monsieur is an ionic treat from Paris and is found as a staple on the menus of brasseries around the city).  
  • Duck Confit (One of the most classic French dishes around. The duck in this delectable dish has been cooked in its own fat (confit), resulting in an incredibly tender and flavourful piece of meat). 

Can you recommend a good Parisian wine bar?

Paris is full of wine bars. If you want a few of the top recommendations to start your night off on a high note, these three are sure to please:

  • O Chateau (The perfect atmosphere, blending the new and old).
  • Simone La Cave (Food and wine lovers paradise)
  • Le Baron Rouge (One of the most famous wine bars in Paris, covering a wide selection of wines)

Is Paris expensive?

The easy answer is yes, but then again, Paris doesn't have to be expensive if you know where in the city to go. Of course, plan to eat fresh oysters every day, accompanied by the top selection of wines and your money will leak out of your pockets quicker than flour through a sieve. Finding the local areas to dine in save you loads of money and make for a better experience. Joining a food tour helps acquaint you with the best places to find the top eats in Paris.

I'm vegetarian, can I enjoy the food in Paris?

Absolutely! The restaurants in Paris have adapted well to the various dietary requirements of their customers. Most restaurants offer vegetarian and even vegan options. If you’re looking to buy your own food and cook at home, you can check out the Marche Raspail. It is said to be the largest organic market in all of France.

Do I need a Guide?

While a guide is not necessary, it's a good idea if you don't know where to start or want to ensure that the food and wine you try is worth your time. There are a plethora of Paris food tours and Paris Wine tours (or both) to choose from. Check out the most popular experiences on our list. Perhaps one of them will catch your eye!

I don't speak French. How will I order at a restaurant?

Have no worries, here are a few phrases to get you started so you can navigate ordering at a restaurant like a pro. Once you master the basics, you’re well on your way to visit Paris with confidence.

  • Good Evening, Can I have a table for two people, please?
  • Bonsoir, Est-ce que c’est possible d’avoir une table pour 2 personnes s’il vous plaît?

  • Thank you
  • Merci

  • What can you recommend?
  • Qu’est ce que vous recommandez?

  • I am allergic to…
  • Je suis allergique à…

  • Can I order the….please?
  • Puis-je commander le… s'il vous plaît?

  • To drink, I would like…
  • Pour boire, j'aimerais bien…

  • Beer
  • Bière

  • Water
  • Eau

  • Do you have a wine menu?
  • Avez-vous une carte des vins?

  • May I have the check, please?
  • L'addition s'il vous plaît.

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